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Depression can lead to obesity in adolescent <strong>girls</strong>

Depression can lead to obesity in adolescent girls

24 Mar 2014

New York: Adolescent girls who suffer from depression are at a greater risk for developing obesity as they grow older, a research said.

depression,   obesity,   depressed teenage girls,   depression make you obese,   depression linked to obesity,  
<strong>Spice</strong> <strong>Girls</strong> set for royal reunion

Spice Girls set for royal reunion

29 Jan 2012

The 'Wannabe' group - who were formed in 1994 and went on a hiatus in 2000 before reforming again for a comeback tour in 2007 - look set to get back together to mark the British monarch's 60th year on the throne later this summer after band member Mel B let slip some "top secret" information.

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<strong>Girls</strong> suffer bad romance more than boys: Study

Girls suffer bad romance more than boys: Study

17 Apr 2014

New York: Caught in a bad romantic relationship? Do not give a damn if things go wrong especially if you are a girl. Else, you may suffer mentally a lot when romances unfold differently than you imagined.

Bad relationships,  heartbreak,  broken heart,  break-ups,  girls suffer more,   ,  
International effort to trace 200 missing Nigerian schoolgirls widens

International effort to trace 200 missing Nigerian schoolgirls widens

12 May 2014

Lagos: Israel joined the international effort to trace more than 200 schoolgirls kidnapped by Islamist militants in Nigeria but Washington said US troops would stay out of any rescue mission.

Israel schoolgirls kidnapped,   Israel missing girls,   Islamist militants,   Goodluck Jonathan,   Benjamin Netanyahu,   Boko Haram fighters,  
McCartney, Ringo Starr to perform at <strong>Olympics</strong> 2012

McCartney, Ringo Starr to perform at Olympics 2012

12 Jul 2011

The London Olympics to be held next year are going to be a special one as Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, the remaining Beatles members, have been asked to perform at the games.The organisers want the duo to perform either at the opening or closing ceremony at the games, according to reports.

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India’s importance to world economy has grown tremendously: Ranjan Mathai

India’s importance to world economy has grown tremendously: Ranjan Mathai

31 Mar 2014

New Delhi: Calling India as the fastest growing economy, Indian High Commissioner to UK, Ranjan Mathai, said that its importance to global perspective has grown tremendously over the years.

Ranjan Mathai,   Economic Forum for India,   London School of Economics,   SPICE,   Utkarsh Gupta,   LSE,  
Obese teenage <strong>girls</strong> are lower academic achievers: Study

Obese teenage girls are lower academic achievers: Study

12 Mar 2014

London: Obese adolescent girls have lower academic attainment levels throughout their teenaged years, according to a new study.

Obese teenage girls,   obesity in teenagers,   University of Dundee,   University Strathclyde,   University Georgia and University Bristol,  
A village where Hindu <strong>girls</strong> wear 'janeu'

A village where Hindu girls wear 'janeu'

10 Feb 2014

Patna: In a tradition that is more than four decades old, girls in a Bihar village wear the 'janeu' or the sacred thread, which is otherwise the preserve of men or boys.

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Boxer Solanki grabs last available Youth <strong>Olympics</strong> quota spot

Boxer Solanki grabs last available Youth Olympics quota spot

24 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Asian champion Gaurav Solanki (52kg) was third time lucky as he grabbed the final chance of qualifying for the Youth Olympics by beating Brazil's Carlos Silva in a fiercely-contested box-off in the World Championships in Sofia, Bulgaria.

Gaurav Solanki,   Indian boxers,   World Boxing Championships,   Youth boxing,   Asia boxers,  
Madurai <strong>girls</strong> bag third prize at NASA’s space settlement design contest

Madurai girls bag third prize at NASA’s space settlement design contest

03 Apr 2014

New Delhi: A team of five girls from Madurai have bagged third prize in the NASA Ames Space Settlement Design Contest – 2014 under the Literary Merit category for ‘Cronus-The Utopia’, a work of fiction.

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